31.01.20

Exterity to unveil new IP video and digital signage products at ISE 2020

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Exterity will unveil a range of new products at the show, highlighting a 4K media player, ArtioFlow workflow app, new encoders, the Pro:Idiom gateway and the AvediaStream g4401 IP-IP Gateway.

AvediaPlayer m9605 media player

The AvediaPlayer m9605 media player is a 4K media player with 4K 60fps graphics and animations capability, capable of integrating 4K video and 4K 60fps graphics and animations into digital signage.

The platform integrates into Exterity’s IP video ecosystem, with an Intel Core CPU, on-device storage and a fan-less design.

Additionally, for those wishing to deliver an enhanced 4K in-room experience, the new AvediaPlayer m9400 has been designed specifically for use with ArtioGuest, Exterity’s hospitality middleware.

It enables organisations to deliver a captivating video experience through advanced 4K video capability and benefits from PoE and a quiet, fanless design.

ArtioFlow workflow app

ArtioFlow allows for the creation of workflows by dragging a series of actions across the IPTV system, including power on, set volume or channel change to create action sequences.

Users can use ArtioFlow workflow can turn a group of devices on at the start of a business day, set a channel and mute screens located in public areas.

Workflow triggers can also be created, with screens able to be automatically updated when specific events occur.

38-Series AvediaStream HDMI encoders

The 38-series AvediaStream HDMI encoders will be demonstrated, powered by the Intel Atom E3900 processor, allowing for support a wide range of codecs. Pro:Idiom Gateway

The Exterity AvediaStream Gateway range supports content-protected live TV and radio from satellite sources, streaming it across an IP network securely.

Dual conditional access slots are also included alongside built-in Pro:Idiom encryption.

AvediaStream g4401 IP-IP gateway

The g4401 IP-IP gateway allows two paired Exterity gateways to send and receive video streams over the internet using the SRT protocol.

Live video can be delivered, such as training sessions between remote sites without delivery networks.

The new gateway supports the input of transport streams delivered by IPTV providers, allowing the selection of required channels to be re-distributed over LAN.